Try this exclusive dessert bar after a performance in the Theater District. The intimate, candlelit-dining area is perfect for couples sipping ... More
Try this exclusive dessert bar after a performance in the Theater District. The intimate, candlelit-dining area is perfect for couples sipping after-dinner drinks and friends sharing a dessert. Oversized mirrors above the handsome bar allow you to watch the dessert chefs work their magic. A take-out counter in back sells treats during daylight hours. Creme brulee, chocolate espresso mousse, strawberry bavarian, tiramisu and luscious mini tarts are among the best available. The apple cranberry pie, carrot cake, pear almond tart, and Chocolate Decadence cake also wonderful. Finale serves beer, wine and cordials.
Finale was great place to have a great desert. Our service could have been a littlebit better. (Server wasn't very comforatable with some of the questions we had for deserts. Ambiance was great. Loved our ability to see how chef was prepering our desert.
I love working in Harvard Square because, on a day when I need a little pick-me-up, Finale is right around the corner from my office. It's my special treat to myself on a hard day, a rainy day, a sunny day, pretty much any day when I might need some excellent chocolate. I've also ordered pies from them for Thanksgiving and Christmas and not only are the pies incredible, so is the service they provide. I highly recommend Finale for dessert, lunch/dinner and catering.
Really fancy, kind of expensive for food....but its a great idea...a fancy dessert place for your after dinner events. Also, if you can't afford to go out for a fancy dinner, you can probably afford the fancy dessert and still impress your date.
They have such yummy dessert but super pricy. It's great for treats once in a while but if you get there every week, you better be a super rich person. It's great that you can order cake from them in advance and pick it up the next day. They also have different size deserts, so you won't be buying more than you can eat. Be ready to pay!
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